Gary Climbs Mountains

Journey to climb the seven summits

Meet Gary

St Augustine said, “The world is an open book, and those who do not travel read only one page.” If this true you should consider Gary Ervin well read. 

Gary’s life and adventures have taken him across continents, through deserts, into the wilds of Alaska, and even to the top of the world’s highest mountains. 

His story is both fascinating and motivating, and his love of life is evident at every step along the way.

If you don’t take the time to look back and write it down, you could miss something or at my age, forget it happened.

Final Post

Carstensz final post. Carstenz Pyramid (aka Puncak Jaya, 16,024 feet) the highest mountain in Oceania. Carstenz is also the highest point between the Andes and the Himalaya, and the highest island peak in the world. It is also arguably the hardest of the Seven Summits 62-mile jungle trek approach which

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Post 4

Carstensz post 4 I flew back to Timika with another team mate we had so much fun in Wamena and took in so much in 3 days. It was good to be out of the rain and in the mountains we even got a training day in at altitude. We

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Post 3

Carstensz post 3 I left a dreary Timika for the sunny, culturally rich, town of Wamena my mood changed with the weather. There is a war festival going on for the next 3 days and we will be in the middle of it. day one we travel to the Dani village

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